WWE Cardboard Cutouts

WWE SuperStar Cutouts

If you’ve found your way to this article, then there are two things that I can say for definite: Firstly, you, like me, are a massive fan of the WWE, and secondly, you’re considering purchasing a cutout of a WWE superstar. I don’t blame you! I’ve had every imaginable WWE toy, game, a piece of memorabilia over the years, but nothing gives me quite the same buzz as seeing a life-size cutout of my favourite superstar every day.

I often get asked about where I get my WWE cutouts from as many people find that the majority of products available aren’t up to scratch because they’re either not the right size or of poor quality. You might be here for those very reasons, i.e. you’re looking for high-quality WWE cutouts that are the exact height of the wrestler. If you are, then you’ve come to the right place!

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John Cena’s Top Three Matches (and where you can buy a John Cena cutout)

To celebrate John Cena’s illustrious career in the WWE we have decided to take a look back at some of the legendary matches he was involved in (and what better way to show your appreciation for John Cena than buying a cardboard cutout!?). There were so many epic matchups to choose from it was quite a difficult task trying to decipher which should make it onto this top three list, but after a lengthy and carefully considered discussion the following is what we came up with. Let us know what you think. Agree? Disagree? We’d love to hear from you.

John Cena vs. Umaga (Royal Rumble 2007)

It goes without saying that John Cena always had the card heavily stacked against him, and this was exemplified perfectly at the Royal Rumble in 2007 when he faced Umaga in a Last Man Standing match (it really doesn’t come much tougher than that!). Last Man Standing matches are gruelling at the best of times, but when you add into the mix the fact that Umaga was undefeated, you can see just how much the odds were stacked against Cena. However, Cena being Cena, he found a way to be victorious.

John Cena vs. Edge (Unforgiven 2006)

This matchup will go down in WWE folklore as being one of the best TLC (table, ladders and chairs) matches in the history of the company (from my perspective I don’t think there has been a finer TLC match since this one). Cena did, of course, grab the victory, but what makes this feat even more impressive is the fact that Edge was undefeated in TLC matches and Cena had, up until that point, never taken part in one. But, then again, this is John Cena we’re talking about!

John Cena vs. JBL (Judgement Day 2005)

Yet another classic Cena matchup and yet another different match type. In this instance, it was an ‘I Quit’ match. This type of matchup is difficult by itself, but when you realise that this was Cena’s first title defence and it was his debut in I Quit matches, it really does make you realise what Cena was up against. Would he buckle under the pressure? Would he have the courage to refuse to lose? The answers, of course, are no, he wouldn’t fold, and yes, he did have the courage; the amount of blood that emanated from his body during this match is a testament to that.

…and there you have it – our top three John Cena matches.

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